Looking for play-based, super fun, easy-for-you Kindergarten Activities for your kiddos?
The March Kindergarten Binder is packed with a variety of kindergarten skills practice, all while playing with toys, playdough, and common craft supplies
Why are our Monthly Kindergarten Binders so popular with moms and teachers…
- Building Independence: Kids are able to work on their own or in small groups at their table to use their binders. It encourages them to self-start and learn/play on their own.
- Easy Prep: Print and slip the pages into sheet protectors. It’s that simple! No cutting and laminating required.
- Play-Based: These interactive, hands-on activities are built to engage little minds, use multiple senses, and make learning ridiculously fun.
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March Kindergarten Binder Activities
Rainbow Track Addition
Use craft sticks to solve the addition problem. Place a magnetic number or use a dry erase marker to show the answer.
Shamrock Sight Word Find
Identify the target sight word. Use playdough, pom poms, or other small manipulatives to cover the matching sight word. Use tweezers to add the items for fine motor work.
Block Color Graph
Match the colored blocks and place the correct number listed on each color to create a graph. Then decide which one has the most and which one has the least.
CVC Word Scramble
Study the picture and unscramble the letters. Use letter beads or magnet letters to spell out the word.
Gold Train Subtraction
Use coins or circle shape buttons to solve the subtraction problem. Place a magnet number or write the number with a dry erase marker to show the answer.
Place Value Coins
Place magnetic numbers or write them in the 10’s and 1’s boxes to show how many you need to make the target number. Add coins to help you solve the problem.
Teen Number Maze
Use a crayon or marker to get through each maze. Place the correct number of buttons or other small manipulatives to match the number.